Core components of Mozambique’s Malaria Strategic Plan 2017–2022 included strengthening its malaria surveillance strategy (MSS) and addressing bottlenecks in data quality for evidence-based decision-making. As such, an evaluation of the MSS was conducted at the district level in 2022, following a three-year surveillance-strengthening project, which aimed to operationalise a functional MSS that is responsive to all transmission strata by strengthening data quality and fostering a data use and a data-to-action culture.
This poster was presented at the 72nd annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Country: MozambiqueKeywords: Data-informed decision-making | Monitoring and evaluation | Surveillance | Case management
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